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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD out tiie M of New Spring Coeds liBESllARitt f Quality builds goodwill, by gK'ing satisfaction brings you back again and again to this store.; For ten years we have been building on qual- ity, making it the outstanding feature of merchandise throughout every department of this store, and never during M this store's history bee'ii so essential as just now, when V many inferior grades of merchandise are being put on'the mar- ket in an effort to keep prices down. We place orders muy months in adyuc'e to forestall, at far as possible, steadily advancing prices, never sacrifkiof quali ty for price, but firing you the advantage of erery price concession we may gain by vigilance and by'our access to the best markets. (Prices meaticaed here, in many cases, are much below present replacement val- ues, comparing favorably with'those quoted on jimilar grades ol merchandise one, and even two years ago. EXTRA Heavy Sheeiinri Spte-adid heivy thread, full bleache-1, two yarda Very strong and serviceable; sotii and, free dressing. A cloth worth. J1.35. BON-WOKTH Knitiinq Wooi-- fliinllty oblainaitic s-vCMcr wool: ounce balls, shown in a very large of col- or3. Sir.bial. Qualily Bargains in Silks Rce Wash Colors sky, flesh, maize, white. 3S Indies wide. Special value. Excellent Quality; splendid weight, 3fi Inch. All colors. Fine Tussah Silks Dnrabifity Silk Lovc-ly undweai-wear cloth. 88 Inches wide. Colors flesh, oW rose, aky, maize, hplio, copen. wlille. Beautirul Novelty Silks Novelty: plaids stripes iu cxcelUnt quality and mosselalno. 3C inch washable and very serviceable; colors flesh, sky, white, old rose, etc. Natural Rajah Silk 90c to AH the weights "arid "rj'ualtlics now Iu demand. 33 to 36 inches wide. Quality Bargains in Dress Goods Splendid Serge Special Gaberdme Splendid range of colors; fine A big range to chooEO from, twill. 33 Including all the .wanted colors. Fine Wool Poplin Novelty Plaids 1 Lovely finality cloth In com. Handsome combination color- pletc ings In bie variety of choice. Quality in Prints and Ginghams Best Canadian Print 35 c Splendid selection of. light, medium and dark colors, in stripes, checks and neal de- signs. All colors 32 Inches Extra fipc-clal value at Iho price. 3F> inches witie. Samo price as a year figp._ Special Scotch Gingham All plain colors and handsome platdo. Bitra VspeciaV- value. Fine Scotch Zephyrs 65c Superfine quality, almost, as sheer as voile. VI inches wide. ,Ali plain colors nhd plaids. An- derson's tnako and guaranteed colors. Quality Bargains irt Galateas and Romper Cfoths Natural Linen Oxford Shirting 50c ------75cto 22 to 36 ineh.-s wine. Vary scarce goods. Special value nt tiio various prices. n r ri Romper Lloui--. 59c Oalatea LlOth SUC spleiiliaTlno a', last year's Splendid washing colors In blua, grey stripes. 32 Inches wide. Special value, Heavy suiting In Splendid to wear and. wash. Quality Bargains Siik Striped Voiles Tiwjitifiii 'mlnrlucA In .very haa-Jsomo and striking mater- laic. Many colors to chooio from. Silk Marquisettes-J JjC-voly rich material in col- ors shy, flesh, copon, old rose, maise, while, prices. Blues, tans, greys, etc. All oplendid value. in Novelty Voiles1 Dainty Voiles J. Lovely colorings in dainty designs. 38 inches In splen- dtd'varleiy of choice. Neat Check Voiles 90c Souio of Ihe newest goods of the usajaon shown in nice variety. Vtry moderately priced. SergeDresses to Made of heavy shot Tus- sab Silk in various colors. Adjustable ...-wills.t, band, ac-- cordeon pleated flounce, ex- tra special value. Silk Petticoats A splendid selection ot New Spring Styles- just to-hau'l tiiis week. Handsomely braided und trimmeJ with cord and buttons. Sizes 10 to 46. Quality Bargains in Towellings Roiler Towellings Linen Roller Towellings A splendid selection nt linen p.nd coii'on mixtures, 'bought over two yeai'3 afco. 30c and 35c Just to hand tbls spring, but ordered two years ago and sell- ing on the basis of prices then prevailing. 45c and 50c Hack Towelling 4Sc Glass Toweffin? 45c A very special line at value of two years ago. IS inches wido. VX-ry tirut. Quality Bargains Curtain Scrim 35c Splendid quality, white and ecru; 36 ruclios wide-. Special value. Curtain Marquisette 90c I'laln ami figured, white- arid ecru, Ji aplentHd variMy at re- niarltahly low prtcea. Splendid tiuaHty. 23 Jnch, flnn and even. White ground with rod over check.' j in Curtain Scrim Plain Marquisette 65c Whlto crcatn and' ecru. 36 inches Tide. Excellent value. Fancy Marquisettes to Hand some bird and floral-de, signs for side drapes. 36 Inches wldo. Special Quality Bargains in Longcloths and Nainsooks Fine Nainsook 45c 42 inch Embroidery NEW PULLOVERS AND SWEATERS NEW-LISLE AND SILK'HpSIERY NEW LISLE AND SILK GLOVES NEW SMALL WARES AND NOTIONS NEW NECKWEAR AND SCARFS NEW BEADS AND NECKLACES NEW WAISTS AND SKIRTS NEW COATS AND SUITS Very (Ino even loKRd. SO incJi. C-B wide. Soft ant! free from dressing, Fine Nainseek ,50c Very (Ino find soft, free from dressing. 38 Inches wide, Special value. Cotton 75c A beautiful quality clotb, soft and free from dreealng. Rc'ra special value for suck a width. Silk MrilU 75c and 90c Excellent) fltfa 1" tlosli, maize, sky, white, etc, 3S Indies wide. Complete New Range ol Pillow Coitons In 42, 44 ond W inch widllia Very heavy, arfronj'thread. 75c, 85c, 90c Hemstitched Pillow Slip? A special new lot Just (o hand. 42 and 44 inches, wide. We1.! rnsds ?.nd of splonclM ton. Special, 75c Each APlfF ei4 THIRD AVE. LETHBRIDGE branches It clearly showed the social 4 spirit which tilitE between the cm PEMONAL ployer employee. Mr. K1. K. Reagh was tho following pro- gram was eicellsctly rendered: Piano duet. Master and Miss Bor- Mrs. (Rev.) Hipper and two chil- dren are ill wiUi the influenza. song, Mr. It. Rodgers; song. Wollinstou; recitation, iiiss Av- _ ril Little; tone. Mr. Jarvls; pUuo- Mrs. it. D. Alljson w not receive, rorte selection, Miss Vera GlanviHe; oaiorrow owing to illness In tho Impersonations song, Mr. fleorje Klemins; sons, Mr. Olanville; -Mr. Brlerley; coruct solo, Mr. Lamps- field. At the floor was cleared and lunch was served to tho three hun- dred guests, after which dauclng was enjoyed until lute hour. Mr. Welsh's orchestra gave several selections during the oveutng, while Mrs. orchestra supplied the music for the dahce. It ii understood that this club has Mrs. C. C. Macl.ean. S12 Ctb Ave. S., vill not receive tomorrow. Mr. anil Mrs. C. S. Farrow are en- ertalnihg as their gueste -Mr. and drs. H. J. Farwell and little son, of yun County, Oregon. o Having received wortl that his ton was III, Dr. Lynn proceeded 0 Calgary this afternoon. Mrs. Lynn extensive program outlined, an and Lawrence -have hecn visiting In Jalgary during tho past week. The many friends of J. Livingstone, who underwent an operation In Gall lospitu! on Monday, will be pleased o know that be is getting along likely. 1 1 Thomas Fetrwlck, of Brandon, Mau.t who is on a business trip lei j 10 city. Is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Allen Ritchie, 1705 6th Ave. X. Miss A. Matson, who has been cou- her Jiome for.some littlo time on account of illness, left this morn- ng for Couer Idaho, for an extended visit' with her sister there. Sffts Annie Haydqck left today for Victoria. SOCIAL The young ladies.of St. Patrick's church are holding an informal Valen- tine dance tonight in Harper's hall, to which invitations have been issued. from today.a tea will he- given at the home .of Mrs. Kipp, 1415 6th Ave. S., In benefit of Wesley Lad- ies' Aid, by Mesdames Kipp, Crawford and Whiddinglon. These chain teas arc' proving most -popular and .the same social success attending the lasl given is expected to repeat Itself neit week. Don't forget the St. Valentine social be" given tomorrow evening at .the home ot Mr. and Mrs.- Norman, 1259 Ave. A, South, under the direction .'of the W. 11. S. A-good timo is as- Games, music and rcfresh- 'ments will be in evidence. Everyone 'invit'ed. Sliver collection at door. 9 5 A moat enjoyable and successful so- cial and dance was held in the K. ot 'P. hall last evening; by the C. P. H. Social and Athletic.Club. By tho large 'and representative gathering from all EndsStubbornCoughs in a Hurry For You'll never know how quickly a bid cough can bo conquered, until yftu try famous old home-mada remedy. '.Anyone who has couched all day and .all nteht, say that the irom.edlnee f relief is tilmost like maffic. It takes hot (i moment to prepare and really nathinc boiler for coughs. Into a Ifl-oz. hodlc, put 2W ounces of Tihex (50 cents .then add plain syrup'_to make 15 ouTieca.' Or you cati use clarified mo- lasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of fiupir syrup. Either way, mixture saves about two-thirds of the money iisua.lly spent for cough _ preparations, and cives vou a more positive, cffectivo remedy. v' f..... nouQCementR of vhlch aro to be made from time to time. The LethbrWge Kentish Associatio are holding another of their popular vhlEt drives an FiWBy evonloj of this ta Burcmann'i hall. The A. Y. P. A. entertained nlug in Harper's hall at what will probably the first of a series ot so- cial evenings to be held by Ibis asso- ciation, and judging by tho attendance and the thoroughly good time every- body had, the series bids fair to re- cehre hearty support. The hall, which been most gaily decorated in keepinc with tho SI. Valentino season, was a brilliant setting for the box social and dance. Strings ot hearts, some .arrow-hit, were carried out from the roseshaded electroliers and were Interwoven with garlands ot crimson fringe, producing a very pleasing and teasunible etKOt: The Veterans' or- chestra was in attendance arid as usual were most sntlsfs'lne with their numbers and frequent encores.. The bores, offered by auction "were most artistically Designed and brought a substantial'EUUI for the swelling ot tile funds of During intermission Joseph Baimerman delighted a plsno solo. Thfi'whole afailr was most unique and Ihe committee in cliarge are to be con- gratulated on the excellent success at- tending their efforts. 1 04 Tho regular monthly meeting of tho Teachers' Alliance was held yesterday afternoon in tho High school. Aftout forly teachers were present. Miss Bateman reported on "Heport Forms." :From Grade III. monthly reports given to pupils aro to be more comprehensive than here- tofore. There will bo remarks oil oral answers, written work, preparation and independent study, attitude 'to wards work, punctuality, and special criticisms and suggestions. Throughout tho schools, "A" sUod ing is to mban a percentage of from 90 to 100; "B" from CD to 89; below SOfo Is "C." I, on these monthly re- nine, In a lurge'iaeas-, the yearly, promotions. Miss Birch read a letter from Mrs, Robinson, Proctor, thanking the teachers for their share in the -purse givon to her h'y the Council of Wom- en. She said that her association with the teachers In war work would always bo one- ot her happiest mem' oriea. The. committee on patriotic ani philanthropic, work .reported, liirougl Miss Jackson, Hg.conveuer. She urged the continued sale of Thrift Stamps in the schools, and suggested that a weekly report of these sales bo pub llcheil. The question of eslahllshlrij chapters Of "Children of tho Empire' will be held over till Mrs. Sptnce, thi provincial organizer of tho I. 0. D. 13 -Dooka doling with the affairs o the nation are being secured for the tohool library. The- report on "Supervised Play' was given hy Miss HobiEon. Much 111 meet tomorrow evening in the 0. O.-F.-hall at 8-o'clock.- The de- Tee will be conferred. Visiting sis- ra and'brothers aiways welcome. Tho new members of 1819-1520 ot ic Maple .Leaf Chapter, No. 7, 0. E. are asked to meet for rehearsal to- oi-row evening at 7.30 O'clock In the asonlfl ball. Tho monthly meeting of the Unit- d Church Ladies' Aid wjtl he held In hs hall, Thursday, at 3'p.m. Thft annual'meeting of the -Major ack Hoss Chapter, I. B., will e held in the Y. M. C. A. on Friday (ternoon at 3.30 o'clock.-' Officers or the'coming yeav wiU be -voted pon, and It is. desired''that every lemher of the chapter be present. The regular monthly meeting of he Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, O X B., will bo held tomorrow afternoon t hftho Y: M. C. A. 'As his will he tho last-meeting before ho annual the executive wll erve tea. All iuembera arcT .nsket1 o be present: Fees, -for" .H'iiK aro ue. Members wiio have" not paid ,will lease do so at this meeting in.order bat they nibs' vote nt' tho annual. keeps" 80011 'lfoTk has in slartln; like it. basketball among tlio girls, am Yon frel (his take hold instantly, Ihroughout the schools a healthy splri soothing and hcaline the mcmbrjr.ea m i regarding sports and play la evident all the air It promptly loosens A from notice' the pHecm'' out" and" then t'10 '' Teachers' Alliance disappear nltOEelher. A iiso will wa5 coraraltteo conMsling 0 usually break up an ordinary throat or Mottrc, Wade, Davidton and Brown, chest cold, and it is. also splendid for j The feo for the local Allianca wa Md bron' I set at 50 coming year. tomnounJ1 Iera of retardation In Ihe scboolo an tracl, the most remedy for I presented an interesting chart shoiv Ing tho percenlage of retarded pupil in each .ichool. There was not llin to go 111 In the matter fully, so 11 wa left over III! Ihe next meeting. uVftcr some discussion as to the be: means of operating the schools ahoul a "flu" epidemic conic, tho ineolin adjourned. throat and chest nihncntt. To avoM disappointment, ask your .driiBBisl for ounces of Pines" with directions nnd iioitl accept unylhin" else. Guaranleed to nivis ntsotuie intis- faction or moriey rffundcd. The Pinsx Co., Toronto, Dnl. The Study Coramitlea ot Iho We ley Young Progressive Oh enjoyed an address at meelln on Monday evening on "The Sevi Wonders of tho Ancient d llvered by Mr. J. D. Hlginbothatn. was a talk filled with revelations and the club feel gratef to Mr. Hlglnbotham. Mr. gave a paper on two of this mode wonders, radium and the iteroplan which was also mucli appreciate j. i This study will be continued Iho se _____ Monday In March. give a new, rich, fadeless color to any fabric, whether It bo wool, silk I'tien, cotton or mixed DYE OLD, FADED DRESS MATERIAL "Oitrnond Dyis" Hake Shabby Apparel Stylish and New aiioai or mixed drosses, blouses, Blockings, tkiru, chHurun coats, feathers, draperica, coverings. The Direction Book wtth each tells so plainly how to diamond over any color list you not a mistftki1. To m.-.lch any material, havo drug- gisl'show you "Diamond Dyo" Color Advert. Apples, Evapontedi, per packet 97c Cocoa, Fry'i Cocoa, Fry'i Cooceafcrated per tin 30c Cwn Flakes, Kitiofg's green packet, 4 pckts, lor 55c Soda BitcmU, per tin 65c Jam, WagitaHe's Strawberry, Raspberry, 4s, Tea, Hudson Bay bulk, 2 Ibs. for Biscuits, Huntley Palmer, sweet assorted, Ib. 70c Pork and Beans, Van Camps or Ubbys, larje ske tine, each 25c Marshmallow Crente, per tin 25c Kream Krisp, use in place of batter for cakes and pastry, per tin SOc Biscohs, Christies, per Ib. 45c PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FlRM FOR SERVICE A LITTLE BIT OF EVERYTHING Tho many light gray duvetyn and aulls worn on Fifth avenue by smartly dressed women during the past week, bring up the question to .whether this color a fail vcguo .will ,thrbughout tha spring season, replacing perhaps the (an and twin shades A new crash linen Is one developed In an open, small, tho. texture of this ilaen'-is father silk-liko in appearance, yet on the reverse side it shows' looks like the ,'fuzz from aiigbra Austria and Germany produced mosl of our ,fabric .gloves before the war. it is considered rip_y.'. that Britalu-. has gained" As to this industry will be small until tho shortage of lather is relieved. Such immense quantities of leather were consumed war that tho markets nre bareitbe t Tliero are two'kinds of discontent in discontent that and the discontent that'wrings its 'first ttS> ii wants andtthe. second loses whit It has. no cure for the first but success; 'and there's; no cure' nt nil for -Horaco Lori nie r. Annette Kellernmu, the modern iucr- of tho perfectly built woman, Is at on a film BSnea glv ing to men and women in physical "exercising. Who would not like to join in. under eiich'a teach- er? She hopes to follow this up by skipping roiuid the world with a cine- ma camera, and making pictures o! all the- nations at their national games and dances. flathev'aXnGat alternative to the nations at-war pictures we have been seeing for the past few years! Get a Packet, and Realize what an infusion of Beally Pare Pine Tea Tastes like Black, Green'of Mixed Never Sold in Bulk CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tho Central W. C, T. U. will moct at the home of Mrs. John W. 60C 14th SI. tomorrow at "i o'clock. Dominion llcboknh Ixdloc, Ko. 41, Have Those Tired, Aching I Feet Looked After This Week ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, THE 13tK and 14th inst., an expert from the Scholl'Mahufaciimng Co.. will be at ouv store to give expert advice on Foot Troubles, and the mechanical relief of all these troubles. Make arrangements now to Imve those trouble- some feet corrected before the hot weather com- mences, _ If you are now wearing supports and not getting 1J entire satisfaction, bring them in and get them re- adjusted, A8K TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL W. J. Nelson Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING ;